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Home shopping at $500,000: O.C. vs. U.S.

Our pals at have helped us put Orange County home pricing into national context in a novel way: Comparing how much home you’d get here vs. other major metropolitan areas around the nation at the same price point. We hope to make this a regular feature!

This time, we ponder list prices at $500,000 in these communities …

Click on image for larger view City Address List Price Square feet / Price per sq. ft. Bed Bath Year Built
Anaheim Hills 274 South Solomon Drive $500,000 2,485 / $201 4 2.5 1975
Portland 3925 Ne Holman St $500,000 3,470 / $144 3 3 1954
Atlanta 2651 Redding Ne $500,000 2,411 / $207 4 3.5 1996
Baltimore 6300 Pinehurst Rd $499,900 2,153 /$232 4 2.5 1925
Plymouth, MN 3320 Zircon Ln N $500,000 3,514 /$142 5 4 1993
Phoenix 3342 N 34th Street $500,000 3,190 / $157 4 4.5 2009
Philadelphia 3953 Eden St $499,893 3,300 / $151 4 2.5 2010

Note: Listing information is as of June 21!

Feel free to click on address for additional images and home information.

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